The Well Coffee House celebrated their grand opening on Saturday. The nonprofit organization serves coffee, smoothies, pastries and breakfast sandwiches. The shop is open from 7 a.m.–3 p.m. Monday–Friday and 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Saturdays and closed Sundays, at 983 Broadway, located in the former Little Caesars Pizza.
Everett resident Aphrodite Allen, who drank a double chocolate espresso, and Everett resident Ezra Rosario, who drank a lemon smoothie, said it’s high quality and fresh.
The storefront is at the intersection of Estes Street and Broadway in the former Little Caesars Pizza.
Pictured from left to right: Operations Director Matthew Love, Marketing Director Julie Love, barista Amos Wittmer, volunteer barista Grace Cruz and volunteer Jessie along with Church at the Well Lead Pastor Joseph Polson served a New Orleans latte, dark roast, iced cream bru-latte and a Well mocha.
Saugus resident Amy Robinson displayed a The Well Coffeehouse t-shirt, quoting John 4:14.
Revere resident Geno Spina spun the wheel for $1 off a drink.
Customer Christine Gonsalves drank an iced mocha, which she called rich and creamy.
Archer (at right), 10, Ainsley (in center), 6, and Adon, 3, with Joseph and Jessie Polson
TEENAGERS: Callie Kruse drew a moon painting onto Abby Pothier’s arm. In the center is Saugus resident Sophia Robinson.